For Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy, day one of their search for God was not good. For audiences, though, it was freaking great.
The second season of Preacher is going to be very different from the first season. We got a hint of that when the season one ended—and it’s being confirmed the more we see from season two, up to and including this latest trailer, which is hilarious, action-packed, and crazy.
Every single bit of new footage we get from Preacher is delightful, in the way that only manic violence barely tethered to reality can be. In a behind-the-scenes video for season two, we get a lot of that. We also get a lot more of the Saint of Killers (Graham McTavish).
For Walking Dead fans frustrated at the wait until that show returns, Fear the Walking Dead is a nice buffer. It gives us a chance to continue our thirst for zombie survival with a new set of characters as the other set of characters regroups.
How do you feel about “Come on, Eileen?” Do you agree with Jesse (Dominic Cooper), Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun), and Tulip (Ruth Negga) that it’s both awful and impossible not to sing along with? Or were you distracted by the fact that this trailer includes a dog man?
Humans, AMC’s scifi drama about a world where robots are as ubiquitous as smart phones, ends its second season tonight. Much like in Westworld, the artificial lives born in Humans have been slaves to humanity’s whims, and just like in the finale of Westworld, a rebellion has formed. But Humans has had much better…
They’ve finally hit the road and we’ll see how it all unfolds this summer.
Tonight’s mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead won’t just have zombies and baseball bats. Match.com is launching a live online viewing party where TWD fans can chat about the show, and maybe find someone to bump undead uglies with.
If your movie theater of choice is run by AMC, there’s no reason not to buy this $30 gift card for $25. That’s an extra $5 you can spend on popcorn, which might even get you a small in certain cities.
AMC has approved a six-episode documentary series from James Cameron about how the science fiction genre has changed over time, as well as how it’s changed us.
Robert Kirkman is apparently discounting the possibility that ratings fall and AMC cancels The Walking Dead. Or, the expense eventually makes the show not worth it, and AMC cancels it. Or, and I think we all agree this is the most likely option, the world ends in an apocalypse that makes The Walking Dead both…
If you’ve been as bored watching The Walking Dead twiddle its decomposing thumbs this season as I’ve been, then last night’s mid-season finale was probably equally satisfying to you. It was a pretty low-key episode—with a few violent exceptions—but one that finally got Rick out of his funk and put Alexandria and the…
If you’re invested in a TV series, it can be tough watching the protagonist making a decision you know to be dumb. If three protagonists all make a dumb decision—the same dumb decision—it can be agonizing. Last night’s episode features three of our “heroes” all enacting doomed, stupid plans. And despite it being yet…
I really thought that after the brutal, annoying season premiere, the follow-up episode introducing the Kingdom, Ezekial, and his tiger would be the extent of the show’s absurdity. It turns out I was wrong. Absolutely, delightfully wrong.
Humans was one of our favorite shows last year, so getting to see more of the upcoming second season is always a good thing in our books. Our latest look at the show raises its creepiness factor in some big ways, as we see even more synths gaining awareness of their humanity... for better or worse, it seems.
In fact, not only won’t Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman tell the network that runs the hit show based on his comic, he won’t tell showrunner Scott Gimple what’s going happen in the comics, either. The crazy thing is that Gimple is such a TWD fan, he doesn’t want to know.
Having spent last Sunday exploring the goofy magnificence of Ezekial’s Kingdom, The Walking Dead finally showed us Negan’s true compound, and what life is like under his rule through the eyes of two characters—Daryl, his prisoner/hostage, and Dwight, his scarred lieutenant… who’s a prisoner just as much as Daryl.
Whenever things get too dark on TWD—usually when a main character dies—the show likes to follow up with a light-hearted episode. Case in point: while last week’s episode was unbelievably brutal and horrific, last night’s “The Well” was easily the most delightful The Waking Dead has ever been. But there was a lot more…
The Walking Dead had a major obstacle to overcome in last night’s season seven premiere. After leading up all of season six to the arrival of Negan and the promise of a main character’s death, the show decided to postpone the reveal of who died to season seven. Could the show possibly live up to its own hype and…